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Santa Fe NM New Mexico Tesuque Indian Pueblo Linen Postcard c1950s by OakwoodView

Santa Fe NM New Mexico Tesuque Indian Pueblo Linen Postcard c1950s by OakwoodView

What to eat, where to stay, and what to do in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Travel Guide: Santa Fe

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture  Santa Fe, NM

The Museum of Indian Arts and Culure interprets the history and contemporary life of the Pueblo, Navajo, Apache, and other indigenous cultures of the Southwest.

Palace of the Governors: NM State History Museum    Hours & Admission:    Open 10am-5pm Tuesday through Sunday, except in the summer (Memorial Day through Labor Day), when the Palace is open all week long. Open til 8pm Fridays. Admission ticket includes access to the Palace, New Mexico History Museum and Palace Print Shop.

Palace of the Governors, Santa Fe, NM ca. Love shopping for Native American crafts along the front of the Palace

Pueblo People: Ancient Traditions, Modern Lives

New Mexico is the only place with a living Native American community (Taos Pueblo) designated both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark.


Where to Shop, Eat, and Drink in Santa Fe

Santa Fe is known for its green chile, turquoise, and bohemian art scene, but venture beyond the historic plaza (or explore the hidden gems within) and you'll find a prodigious mix of cool coffee.

First-Timer's Guide: Santa Fe, New Mexico | 5280

First-Timer's Guide: Santa Fe, New Mexico

Just six hours from the Mile High City, this international art destination feels a world away. A few ideas to inspire your next three-day-weekend romantic getaway.

Tesuque Pueblo Flea Market, Santa Fe

Tesuque Pueblo Flea Market, Santa Fe

We’re a month into our US road trip and each day keeps getting better than the next. To be able to drive through various landscapes, camp, hike, photograph and eat our way all the way out west has been the Read on!

San Miguel Mission in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  This is the oldest Church in the US built somewhere between 1610-1626.

San Miguel Mission, also known as San Miguel Chapel, is a Spanish colonial mission church in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Built between approximately 1610 and it is claimed to be the oldest church in the United States

Only ruins remain of Fort Union in northwestern New Mexico through which the Santa Fe Trail passes near Watrous. The first of three versions of the fort was built in 1851. The Army closed the fort in 1890. Courtesy of the Palace of the Governors Photo Archives (NMHM/DCA) No. HP.2007.20.1079

Trail Dust: Fort Union is crown jewel of New Mexico’s territorial forts

Taos Pueblo - Some of New Mexico's oldest dwellings - built between A.D. 1300 and 1450.

Taos Pueblo, some of New Mexico's oldest dwellings, built between A. 1300 and 1450

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